indignation

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indignation

adjective adversarial, adverse, at odds, averse, dead set against, differing, disinclined, fractious, hesitant, hostile, not feeling like, not in favor of, not in the mood, not inclined, obdurate, opposed, queasy, recalcitrant, reluctant, resistant, squeamish, unwilling
Associated concepts: inequality and indignation, moral innignation, righteous indignation
See also: disparagement, resentment, umbrage
References in classic literature ?
The boy's stuttering existence of fears and indignations, together with the violence of his end, had passed out of Mr Verloc's mental sight for a time.
Mr Verloc, turning on the tap above the sink, poured three glasses of water, one after another, down his throat to quench the fires of his indignation.
It was here, then, I thought, looking round at that plot of ground of deplorable banality, that their acquaintance will begin and go on in the exchange of generous indignations and of extreme sentiments, too poignant, perhaps, for a non-Russian mind to conceive.